Issue OverviewSharePoint Insider - May 2010
When a separate team is tasked with patching your SharePoint servers, play it safe by adding code retention policies to your governance plan. In this month's issue, learn how to use governance policies effectively so you can respond quickly when a buggy patch puts SharePoint at risk. Also in this issue, investigate the value of sandbox solutions in SharePoint 2010, and find out when storing incoming messages in SharePoint document libraries might be a better option than using public folders. Access >>>
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Time to beef up code retention policies on your SharePoint servers
by Brien Posey
Organizations should use code retention policies in their governance plans to correct patch management policies for SharePoint servers.
Benefits of using email-enabled SharePoint document libraries
by George Khalil, Contributor
By email-enabling document libraries in SharePoint, you can share information with co-workers for a set period of time.
- Time to beef up code retention policies on your SharePoint servers by Brien Posey
Managing sandbox solutions in SharePoint 2010
by Shawn Shell, Contributor
Isolated from other sites, sandbox solutions offer the ability to deploy solutions within the governance of Web applications.
- Managing sandbox solutions in SharePoint 2010 by Shawn Shell, Contributor
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